North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 30th April 2022

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 30th April 2022The North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on the 30th April 2022 is a lot about a little. The main article, to cut a long story short, says you might be deported when you arrive in the south if previously you arrived at Larnaca but then went home via Ercan in the north.


BRITS DEPORTED OVER TRNC LINKS – THE British Residents Society (BRS) has issued new guidance for those wishing to travel to and from North Cyprus via airports in South Cyprus, after reports of British citizens being deported from Larnaca airport.

Ersin Tatar readies for 5-day visit to the UK – PRESIDENT Ersin Tatar has announced that he will visit the UK on Tuesday. A statement released by his office said that he will depart for London from Ercan airport at 3.30am. He will attend “a number of high-level events” and “make evaluations and contacts about the latest political developments on the Cyprus issue”.

March energy bills have been recalculated – ELECTRICITY bills that were issued for March have been “recalculated” after the one-off “discounted rates” for the month were finally put into effect. March was the first month under a new tariff from the Cyprus Turkish Electricity Authority (Kıb-Tek) that punishes electricity usage above 250 kilowatt hours (kWh) a month with incrementally higher prices, while removing any incentive to use electricity during off-peak hours. The introduction of the new rates coincided with the coldest March for 46 years, leading to consumers receiving sky-high bills at the start of April.

9 years for woman who killed her abuser –  A DISABLED woman who battered the fiancé of her niece to death with an axe-like tool after being subjected to sexual abuse by him has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Cemaliye Onyıldız, 67, killed Halil İbrahim Mengi, 34, on February 5, 2021, at the home they were sharing in Ortaköy, Lefkoşa.

Could government lose confidence vote? – PRIME Minister Faiz Sucuoğlu is said to have held two “critical” meetings with his own MPs amid speculation that he could lose tomorrow’s vote of confidence in Parliament.

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